Perfect Safety Record
Chartering the top safety-rated aircraft, flights arranged by New Flight Charters boast a perfect safety record since it's inception- 2003.
There have been no accidents, no FAA-recordable incidents, no FAA notices or corrective action from any flights arranged by New Flight Charters.
New Flight Charters is renowned; we retain the top industry professionals with a superior work environment, the industry's leading compensation structure, and a seven-year history of success and profitability. We demand, and reward, the highest
With the management team's experience and first-hand understanding of flight safety, New Flight Charters calls upon a macro view in evaluating air charter safety. You cannot rely soley on, or blindly trust, one source, program or method. You must understand the overall environment and all sources of information, including your own personal experiences with an aircraft operator and their personnel, to continually arrange the safest and most enjoyable jet charter flights.
New Flight Charters subscribes to not only one method or approval, but an overall view and evaluation of all information sources; including the FAA, IS-BAO, Wyvern LTD, and ARG/US. New Flight Charters evaluates the confluence of them all, along with the overall charter operating environment and personal experience over the past 8 years chartering thousands of flights.
FAA Charter Certification
All New Flight Charters flights are operated by approved air carriers certified by the FAA and registered with the United States Department Of Transportation (DOT) in good standing, who exceed industry-leading safety standards including aircraft inspections every 50 or 100 flight hours by FAA certified Airframe and Power Plant Mechanics. Operator and aircraft status are continually monitored with the FAA and a questionable air carrier, aircraft, or flight crew will never be flown. Crews are FAA certified and every jet captain is ATP(Airline Transport Pilot) rated.
The FAA conducts a lengthy investigation and certification process before granting an aircraft and its operator the authority to carry the general public as paying passengers. It takes many months, sometimes years, to become an FAA-certified Air Carrier. In addition the FAA has continual oversight during annual inspections, pilot semi-annual checks, and conformity inspections for any aircraft being added to a charter certificate. Certificated charter operators are assigned a local FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) representative and inspector who continually monitors the operator.
The FAA Part-135 (charter) rules and certification section is 112 pages and the second largest category of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). It is only a few pages less than the Part-91 section which governs total air traffic and general operating rules applying to all flights, private aircraft rules, flight rules and private pilot certifications. It is clear in examining the FAR that the FAA considers carrying paying passengers much more seriously than owners flying their own aircraft or any other part of the air traffic system or certifications.
FAA certification is the most comprehensive inspection, testing and compliance system an aircraft operator undergoes. And it should be. It is the approval to safely fly the paying public, and the first standard by which charter aircraft operate. Every operator, pilot and aircraft mechanic must comply by its rules.
History holds this standard as valid. Professionally flown charter flights with 2 crew members have an accident and safety record similar to that of the scheduled airlines.
New Flight Charters is proud to recommend charters by IS-BAO Registered aircraft operators. As a comprehensive international safety program and audited standard "for the industry, by the industry", it is separate from third party companies who make a business of compiling and selling operator statistics, information or ratings based on sometimes arbitrarily-determined standards.
The International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) is the newest and most comprehensive audited safety standard for business aircraft. Only a handful of charter operators have achieved IS-BAO registration. Registered operators have demonstrated compliance through successful completion of a third party industry audit by an IBAC Accredited Auditor.
As a Wyvern-Authorized company, New Flight Charters is licensed by Wyvern LTD to generate reports on the operator, specific aircraft, captain and first officer for each and every charter flight. New Flight Charters monitors history, statistics and documents for Wyvern registered operators, and their aircraft and crews.
New Flight Charters has access to information that few charter companies have, and safe charter flights are the priority.
Aviation Research Group/U.S. (ARG/US) offers consulting services and provides information collection, research and distribution in the field of aviation. One sector of their products and services is charter operator reviews and ratings. Charter Operators can subscribe to ARG/US's services and obtain a rating of Gold, Gold Plus or Platinum, at increasing subscription rates and levels of evaluation. Consumers of charter services may then also subscribe to ARG/US services and access those ratings and limited operator information. New Flight Charters will charter any level of ARG/US rated aircraft and crew desired by the client or passengers.
Jackson Hole aircraft owned by New Flight Charters are operated under Air Carrier Certificate CCJA746C by Centurion Flight Services, Inc.
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